- National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corporation Headquarters, Dulles, VA: This 119,851 sf building designed by Kishimoto Gordon Dalaya, PC was LEED Gold Certified in August 2013. Sustainable features include wastewater treatment and re-use for irrigation and toilets, individual and sensor-controlled lighting, and ground-source heating and cooling.
- One and Two Potomac Yard, Arlington, VA: These 325,000 sf 12-story office buildings designed by Davis Carter Scott were LEED-NC Gold certified in 2006. Building One earned LEED-EB Gold certification in 2008, and Building Two earned LEED-EBOM Platinum certification in 2011. Green strategies include recycled materials, native landscaping, vegetated roofs, underground parking, and low-flow fixtures.
- American Speech-Language-Hearing Association National Office, Rockville, MD: This 137,070 sf office building designed by Boggs & Partners includes a conference center, fitness center, lunch room and pantry, copy center, and an expansive lobby. This project exceeded the initial goal of LEED-NC Silver by achieving Gold certification in 2008.
- 700 Sixth Street, Washington, DC: This 302,000 sf pedestrian-friendly speculative office building designed by HOK has retail at the base and celebrates the sky at its rooftop. Sustainable strategies such as efficient building envelope, energy-saving mechanical and lighting systems, brownfield redevelopment, and vegetative roof enabled this project to become LEED-CS Platinum certified in 2009.
- United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Washington, DC: When UNEP relocated their regional headquarters in 2008, they salvaged as much as possible from their former office. This concentrated effort on material re-use as well as implementation of daylight responsive light fixtures and Energy Star products enabled UNEP to achieve LEED-CI Gold certification. Interior architecture by OTJ Architects.
- Dovetail Construction Office, Richmond, VA: This 7,600 sf building which was originally a barn for Richmond's trolley cars became the first building to simultaneously be listed on the National Register of Historic Places, certified LEED Platinum, and Net Zero Energy. SDC's advisory services to Dovetail Construction supported this renovation by Walter Parks Architects in achieving this prestigious status.
- Edificio Celebra, Montevideo, Uruguay: This revolutionary new building designed by Carlos Ott Architects provides space for offices, international banks and insurance agencies. Equipped with the latest technology, it provides 360 views, maximizing daylight and enhancing indoor environmental quality. SDC led the project through achievement of LEED-CS Gold certification in June 2015.
As we spend more than 90% of our days indoors, much of which occurs in our workplaces, we realize the human health, well-being, and productivity benefits of interior environments that are both high-quality and resource-efficient. SDC has provided LEED / Green Building consulting for more than 23 million square feet of office space. This includes base buildings that will be leased out to tenants (LEED-CS), tenant interiors for portions within an existing building (LEED-CI), and whole-building new construction or major renovations (LEED-NC) as well as continuing operations (LEED-EBOM) and operational energy performance (ENERGY STAR).